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More About the Author
During the course of his career in mind/body wellness, he has trained Oscar-, Emmy-, and Grammy-winners, NFL and NBA champion athletes and people from all walks of life. He is a certified master wellness coach and is certified to teach in 18 different fitness modalities. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Health Science. Kent's books have won multiple awards and risen to the top of the Amazon best sellers list. "Yin Yang Fitness: The Whole Package of Health," co-authored with his wife Maria, won the North American Book Dealers Exchange Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in the category of health. His book "Is Your Chair Killing You?" won the silver medal at the 2014 Global Ebook Awards in the health, fitness & beauty category and received an honorable mention at the 2014 Los Angeles Book Festival in the non-fiction category.
Kent is the author of "Is Your Chair Killing You?" "The Office Workout" "Exercise Sucks" "Yin Yang Fitness" and the "Workout At Work" series (25 exercises for Upper Body Strength, Lower Body Strength & Back Health) All of Kent's books are available at Amazon.com.
His work has been published in Shape, Fitness, Self and Body and Soul magazines, among others and he has appeared on TVs Access Hollywood where he was named "yoga instructor to the stars."
Nearly 30 years after regaining his ability to walk, he is recognized as one of the world's top wellness experts. In public appearances his conversational, engaging and entertaining style makes him a popular speaker.
Kent Burden is available for readings, lectures and other public appearances. To inquire about a possible appearance, please contact him at email@example.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Love how there is an exercise schedule.
Cons: Having to use an exercise ball.
In my case, the cons outweigh the pros simply because I cannot bring an exercise ball into work rendering quite a few of the exercises listed useless.
This isn't one of those, "Do as I say, not as I do" Rather it is, "Look at what I have accomplished and you can too!" As an author of several books on physical fitness, Kent is always looking for opportunities to help advance the benefits of exercising for the average person out there. And this book is a testament to that commitment.
On top of that, after checking out his website, I discovered that Kent Burden is certified as a AFAA Advanced Personal Trainer Certification, AFAA and IFPA Personal Trainer Certification, AFAA Primary Group Fitness Certification, Physical Mind Institute Pilates Instructor Certification, Master Wellness Coach Certification – The Wellness Evolution, Spa 100-Hour Yoga Certification. Balanced Body Pilates Certification. Stott Pilates Certification, Yogafit Training Systems International, Yoga Instructor Training, Levels I & II, Training the Trainers, Fitness Ball Certification, Halcyon Center Massage Therapist Certification, Johnny G Spinning Certification, West International Water Fitness Certification, Biosensory Systems Systematic Touch Trainer Certification.Read more ›
AND more importantly without disturbing anyone in your workplace.
Some of the exercises can be done without the people around you even being aware
that you're doing them.
These exercises can be done while at work, while commuting/traveling for long hours,
anytime, anywhere. The exercises target upper body, lower body, and even your back.
This makes sure you are fit, it increases your metabolism, burns more fat, and keeps you
healthy and reduces cardiovascular risks and other diseases.
There is very little fluff, and the info is all meat, something you can use RIGHT NOW even
as you read this book.
Overall, this book is excellent, I will certainly use a lot of the exercises from it.
Kent Burden knows what he's talking about, and highly recommend this book.
If you are feeling the wear and tear on your body that the inactivity of office work often causes this book just might be for you. The author outlines a number of simple workout programs that are designed to be done quickly and easily in the office environment. Upper body, lower body and back exercises are included. My favorite though are the sneaky exercises that you can do in your chair without anyone actually knowing that you're exercising. Recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There are so many tips in this book to help you get in shape even if you have an office job.Published 12 months ago by Alicia J. Love (Author & Book Marketer)
Good solid review of basic routines. Starts with the most important - and easiest to do at work and not break a sweat or look too goofy. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Susan
Very verbose and not highly informative about exercises but about lifestyles.Published 13 months ago by Nona
Lots of easy ideas that I can incorporate as I plan my workplace wellness program for my coworkers. Thank youPublished 16 months ago by M
What a delight to read this and discover it actually works. Great for writers and people who sit at a desk all day. A must read.Published 16 months ago by Worduser
This book has some useful exercises but most of them are not feasible for a call center position.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great to keep at your desk whether at home office or work office. It is not obvious and able to multiask while working.Published 16 months ago by Crazed Mom
really not a lot of exercise you can get by with doing at work reasonablyPublished 17 months ago by Donna Raines
Presenting hard evidence as well as personal testament, Kent Burden does a good job outlining the benefits and ways to get healthy. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Cassandra Roberts